A new UCLA study shows that, in a city built for cars, Los Angeles may have to make it harder to drive in order to make public transit work.
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Students gathered to hear from Cecilia Choi from the State Department, Alfred Nakatsuma of USAID, and Jeffrey Janis from Peace Corps about career paths in international development and government
In a podcast and article, he responds to common questions about policy currently being evaluated by LA Metro.
Climate change solutions should be bundled with initiatives to ease income inequality, they write.
With a resurgence of Democratic power in California, Newton weighs the risks and opportunities facing the state.
The conference hosted by UCLA Luskin and Los Angeles Community Action Network takes on the roots of housing inequality.
A recent UCLA study finds that California has not set aside enough land for development to meet the governor’s goals.
The policy expert joins the debate over consumer safety and the risks of overregulation at the North American Cannabis Summit.
Newly elected millennials are engaging American audiences through social media savvy, he says.
He denounces attempts to evade a new state law that makes records of police-involved shootings public.